Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

3.9 out of 5.0 (8 ratings)
8 Verified Reviews

HP Agile Manager

Implementations is easy but doesn't have features for roadmaps and support for kanban

AGM and PPM are not integrated the way we want them. Also, the current versions don't support scaled Agile such as SAFe and don't help us create roadmaps which should be realtively easy feature.

HPE Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM)

Need better integration with open source development tools.

Scalability and stability on the positive and lack of better integration with application development tools on the negative.

HPE Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM)

Support and Follow up is Good but Does Not Always Solve Issue

Vendor provides good support but when features are removed there is no explanation as to why or how to continue that feature and R&D response is slow.

HPE Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM)

Implementation went well because we partners with a knowledgeable provider.

Overall experience was positive because of the HPE Value Added partner that we used.

HPE Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM)

No Good User Expirience but cool funktions

Very good funktionalaty. It does what we searched. but the user expirince for End User Testing is much to complex. Thus the implementation is not that succesful as we need.

HP Agile Manager, HPE Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM), Other...

Excellent scaling, metrics and integration - Epic control and IOS use to be improved.

The HP Agile Manager Suite (so the various other products) integrate well, but more importantly, scale really well. We grew from 2 tot 20 teams within a few months, and the generic dashboards kept us informed on speed and quality metrics. The product integrates in our operation from the ground up, so in the hour-to-hour work any Agile team does, regardless of team funtion or team member role. This ensures me to have a 360 view on my Agile organization, saving the need for outdated processes like problem, change or incident management. Contact with the product development team was fast and efficient, enabling us to iron out bugs that arose in daily use. Ios integration is poor though, and the software has thaught little about integrating into (private) smartphones that our team members have on them. Its chief benefit would be its user friendliness to Agile teams, its integration into our quality and testing processes and the realtime metrics it provides. Its chief drawbacks would be its poor functionality on IOS devices, its steep license prices and poorly executed epic dashboards. Aggregated userstories, either epics or features, are illegible and "techy". Techy meaning: overly focussed on applications and application lifecycles, instead of business value and business planning.

HPE Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM)

Supports Waterfall IT organizations, not so effective in agile IT organizations

If you are in an organization that supports waterfall implementations then HP ALM will work well for you. It has all the classical items required to manage projects, programs and cross team delivery. Additionally the overall automation tooling ability is one of few that support mainframe and green screen systems. Directionally though if you are in an agile environment there are other cheaper alternatives to use although automation for mainframe/green screen systems will be a challenge.

HPE Application Lifecycle Management (HP ALM)

Overall a positive experience.

Overall a positive experience.